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Gran Meliá Golf Resort Puerto Rico in Rio Grande, Puerto Rico

On an enviable stretch of prime beachfront real estate in Coco Beach you will find the Gran Meliá Golf Resort Puerto Rico, a tapestry of contemporary elegance and luxurious appointments. Positioned at the sandy edge of the Caribbean, with tropical overtones reflecting its close proximity to the El Yunque rainforest, this all-suite resort—a Preferred Hotels & Resorts property, part of the Preferred Hotel Group—promises guests an incredible experience. The anthology of two-story bungalows is bathed in warm hues, with private terraces and sitting areas - plus a choice of garden, golf course or oceanfront views. The adults-only Royal Service floor offers optimum opulence with its private swimming pool and beach area, daily deluxe continental breakfast and a place to indulge in some delightful libations each night, meaning in the private lounge. Plus, all guests have access to the on-site Trump International Golf Club, host of the PGA Tour's Puerto Rico Open, including two 18-hole championship courses.

Be seduced by the resort's culinary offerings, which include a collection of restaurants that creatively present global cuisine from Asian to Italian fare. The Caribbean evokes a laid-back lifestyle, and nothing illustrates this philosophy more than the selection of lounges and bars found on the property. Enjoy an evening cocktail at Martini Bar or an umbrella-laden spirit at The Avenue Bar. If you happen to be lounging by the lagoon-style pool - Puerto Rico's largest - you can swim-up to the Wet Pool Bar & Grill for a casual bite and tropical beverage. The world-class YHI Spa provides a space in which to meditate and rejuvenate with a menu of lavish treatments. The resort also offers nightly entertainment, a casino with Vegas-style gaming, salsa dancing lessons, tennis, and a bevy of other recreation options.

Location of Gran Meliá Golf Resort Puerto Rico

Gran Meliá Golf Resort Puerto Rico
200 Coco Beach Blvd. | Highway 955-I
Rio Grande, Puerto Rico

Nearest Airport: SJU

Amenities for Gran Meliá Golf Resort Puerto Rico

  • General Information
  • 483 Guest Rooms
  • Dining
  • Poolside Dining
  • Outdoor Dining
  • Pool Bar
  • Restaurant
  • 3 Bars
  • Cafe
  • Room Service
  • 5 Restaurants
  • Piano Bar
  • Spa Cuisine
  • Bar & Lounge
  • Dining Room
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Beauty Salon
  • Concierge
  • Shoe Shine Service
  • Laundry Service
  • Casino
  • Game Room
  • 24-Hour Butler Service
  • Live Entertainment
  • Garden
  • 2 Golf Courses
  • High-Speed Internet Access
  • Private Pool
  • Nightclub
  • Pool & Beach Cabanas
  • Valet Parking
  • Golf Course
  • 24-Hour Front Desk
  • Beach Access
  • Outdoor Whirlpool
  • Beach Amenities
  • Steam Room
  • Golf Academy
  • 18-Hole Golf Course
  • Health Club
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Turndown Service
  • Air Conditioning
  • Bathrobes
  • In-Room Safes
  • Mini Bar
  • Televisions
  • Iron/Ironing Boards
  • Screened Windows
  • Flat-Screen Televisions
  • Luxury Linens
  • Luxury Bath Amenities
  • Private Pools
  • Private Gardens
  • Private Courtyards
  • Private Decks
  • Video Game System
  • Activities
  • Cultural Classes
  • Excursions
  • Sailing
  • Tennis
  • Boat Excursions
  • Billiards
  • Boating
  • Sightseeing
  • Business
  • Business Center/Services
  • Family
  • Children's Programs
  • Babysitting
  • Kids Club
  • Children's Amenities
  • Nearby
  • Shopping
  • Restaurants
  • Beaches
  • Interests
  • Beach
  • Golf

Reviews for Gran Meliá Golf Resort Puerto Rico

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

I have to tell you this has been one of the worst resort experiences I have ever had. This trip was an incentive from our business and billed as an inclusive luxury resort. Well it was anything but luxury and definitely not inclusive. The service at this hotel was horrible. We were supposed to be in the "red level" which I understood to be the upgraded concierge type of accommodation. When we arrived they told us we had Butler service, sounds nice right, well we never found it or saw the butler? Everything we asked for we were told was an additional charge or not available. The hotel needs updating and the food was of minimal portions. The beach is awful all rocks and your not able to even go in the ocean and the sand is more like dirt. I didn't have a choice in booking this resort but if you do don't stay here. I could go on and on about the service here but just know it's horrible and spend your money elsewhere.

Robin T - Port Jefferson Station, New York, United States

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

Not a great experience for the money. The staff was not overly friendly and did not appear to have customer service as a priority. There were many times when staff could have done more to accomodate us, but did the bear minimum. This was highly disappointing to me.

743donaldg - Alexandria, Virginia

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

Stayed here with family for 5 nights. Some of the amenities are nice, like the pool and the lobby bar. However, the rooms are in need of some upgrading. They seemed to have sewage problems each night, and throw pillows smelled like mildew. Services at hotel are incredibly overpriced, and they have some unique policies (they charge your card $100 per night deposit upon checking in per room, almost all purchases must be charged to room...staff gives a hard time if you want to use a credit card) I also got a massage at spa, great quality but overpriced $175 for 50 minute massage, and guests who are not paying for a service can pay $30 to use the spa amenities (hot tub, steam room)...seems unreasonable as hot tubs are typically included in a resort experience. Overall, seemed like we were being nickel and dined and next time, I'd opt to spend $50-75 more a night and have a true five star experience at a different resort.

ashleymcniff - Boston, Massachusetts

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

The Gran Melia Golf Resort was originally developed by Donald Trump as "Trump International Golf Resort". It is now under new management, with the hotel property separately managed from the two 18-hole golf courses ("Coco Beach Golf"). The property's Championship course hosts the PGA Tour's Puerto Rico Open. We visited the Gran Melia in April 2017 in conjunction with a conference my wife was attending. Our overall experience during the visit was just fair, with some comments: 1. This resort is expensive. Restaurants on the property charge well above prices at comparable hotels. Golf rates also were very expensive. We played the International course, the cheapest of the two courses, during afternoon ("twilight") to obtain the lowest greens fees. With taxes we ended up spending over $300 for our two rounds. 2. The quality of the golf was very good. The International course is cheaper than the Championship course, which hosts the PGA Tour event. Its greens were very slow. Otherwise, however, the Tom Kite designed golf course is a lot of fun, except for its price. 3. Management of the hotel leaves lots to be desired. When we checked in, we stood in line for at least 30 minutes while just two couples ahead of us checked in and obtained room keys. When we were finally checked in the process took about 10 minutes. While a line for check-ins developed and grew, the hotel staff did not assign any more service staff to expedite the check-ins. 4. Other management challenges include the hotel's IT systems. Their internet service is unsecured. In this era of high visibility hacking going on regularly, a simple password-protected WiFi system is a must. Secondly, when we attempted to check-in to our Southwest Airlines flight home, the server denied access (issue has been reported to Southwes - not sure if it was Southwest's problem or the hotel's). After being unable to check-in via the hotel's WiFi, we inquired with the Gran Melia how we might check-in and print boarding passes and were directed to two ancient computers in the hotel's market. These computers were glacially slow. When Southwest's check-in system again denied access we ended up doing the check-in via a mobile phone call to Southwest's customer service. 5. Third, the Gran Melia does not run a responsive concierge service. For example, to obtain transportation from the hotel to the golf course, the concierge must be called. When we did this the phone range over 13 times before it was answered. The answerer promised to send a shuttle to pick us up at our room for the trip to the golf course, but this service never arrived. After we waited ten minutes past the promised time, we went to the hotel and asked the parking attendants about transportation. They eventually found someone to run us over to the golf course. 6. The hotel's property map advertises a "Golf Desk" and gives its location. We looked for this person at the prescribed location but no one was present and there was no sign indicating that a "Golf Desk" existed despite the hotel's map showing it. Maybe this service was discontinued when the property changed hands? 7. Guests are required to wear a plastic wrist bracelet, which is attached at check-in. The check-in person did not state the purpose of the bracelet, but did say we could take it off if we wanted to. We both ended up removing it as it was an inconvenience. 8. Restaurant prices were exhorbitant. For example, we visited the hotel's premiere restaurant, Pasion, the first night of our stay. We ordered to appetizers and split a seafood stew entree. The bill came to $100 with tip (we just had one glass of the restaurant's cheapest wine each). We have dined regularly where dinner for two approximated this tab, however the quality for the price at Pasion was simply not there. The two appetizers, a shrimp and mashed plantain item, and a beef and plantain item, both appeared microwaved. The main course, which was recommended highly by the waite and cost $36, was bland and needed salt and pepper to have any decent taste. The main course included a lobster tail that was so tough it was almost impossible to cut it with a regular table knife. We were overall very disappointed with this meal. In summary, we will look elsewhere for golf resorts in Puerto Rico should we decide to return. The Gran Melia has work to do in its management structure and employee training, in our opinion, before it will compete well with top tier international golf resorts.

edb51349 - Punta Gorda, Florida

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 days ago

Been here before and thoroughly enjoyed their red level service - but not this time. Arrived on Tuesday and resort appeared almost empty yet I think there's only one block of rooms farther from lobby, restaurants and pool area than us. I think even maintenance forgot about this villa. Food, when you can get service, was slow and far from appealing. Overall service was slow to non-existant. Our room needs help with a/c that barely kept cool to toilet that runs constantly. Have been here several times before but now know why most recent offer to return was so cheap.

Jacqueline P - Bealeton, Virginia

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